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Hitchin Boys' School

Our motto is per ardua ad alta, which means “Striving for Excellence”

Hitchin Boys’ School operates as an Academy Trust, providing a comprehensive and traditional single-sex school education which is both highly academic and rooted strongly in its community. Students consistently achieve at the very highest level and each year the percentage of students gaining five or more A*- C grade passes at GCSE including English and Maths is significantly above the national average. Most students go on to higher education including some of the most prestigious universities in the country. Our belief is that all students can achieve excellence with the right support and challenge. The School prides itself on helping young people to achieve whatever their ability, and we celebrate the successes of students in a great variety of activities - sport, music, drama, community and charity work, as well as in the classroom.

Eco Committee

Our eco committee is made up of a range of students across the year groups that are passionate about protecting the world in which we live. They acknowledge the challenges we face and want to engage their peers in taking action against climate change. All our members went through an application process and have committed to attending regular meetings to plan and undertake initiatives across the school and within our wider community. Our student committee is also supported by staff ambassadors. 


The Hitchin Boys' School Parents' Society exists primarily as a fund-raising body and is made up of parents and members of staff. Over the years HBSPS has raised substantial amounts of money to support in the provision of equipment and facilities throughout the school, and also provides a social link between parents and the school. In recent years acquisitions by the Society have included new kits for our sports teams, a new piano and other musical instruments. The Society recently donated £10,000 towards the development of new sports changing facilities and £25,000 for the purchase of a new school minibus and has also funded a state of the art computer suite for the Science department and an outside classroom.

A number of successful fund raising and social events are held throughout the year, including a biennial Summer Ball, a Summer Fair, a quiz night, and lots more. The Society also runs two raffles a year, at Christmas and in the summer. The Society also provides refreshments for consultation evenings and bars for music concerts and other productions.

If you are able to support any of these events or have fund raising suggestions, we are always open to fresh ideas.